A quarter of a century later, Quake gets modern accessibility features

Accessibility features in games are becoming far more common these days, led by some particularly forward-thinking developers, but it’s still nowhere near common enough. Fortunately Quake is getting several helpful new features, just 26 years after its original release. The latest version of Quake — to be specific, the official multi-platform “enhanced edition” — now … Continue reading A quarter of a century later, Quake gets modern accessibility features